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2017

A Letter From the Provost

Deborah A. Prentice looks back at the bold, innovative collection of scholarly projects and initiatives that Princeton faculty and students have undertaken this past year.
Louis A. Simpson International Building: A New Home for International Programs

Princeton University’s international initiatives have found a new home, thanks to the opening of the Louis A. Simpson International Building located at 20 Washington Road.

Krahulik Named Senior Associate Dean for International Programs and Experiential Learning

Karen Krahulik ’91 was named the senior associate dean for international programs and experiential learning at Princeton University, effective Sept. 1.

Bridge Year Launches New Site in Indonesia

Princeton University’s Bridge Year Program, part of the Office of International Programs, has launched a new program site in the Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Princeton Athens Center: One Year Later

Last fall, the Princeton Athens Center opened its doors for the first time to a small group of 55 faculty, students, alumni and friends.

The Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China

A gift from the Wythes family has named the Center on Contemporary China, established in 2015, in honor of former trustee Paul Wythes of the Class of 1955 and his wife Marcia.

I Have Hardly Heard Silence

I have a tendency to fill silences. When there is a pause in class, I speak; I often sing when cooking or taking a walk.

Working in Conflict

Princeton students, faculty and staff respond to the global refugee crisis.

Teaming Up for Impact

Four internationally-focused service programs offer students opportunities for learning and sharing their skills with others.

All Abroad

PIIRS Undergraduate Fellows travel internationally to conduct research for their senior theses.

A Starry Collaboration

Princeton and Japanese astronomers collaborate to discover distant galaxies.
in person

Connecting His Past and Future

When Nelson Mandela passed away near the end of 2013, Princeton’s Umqombothi African Music Ensemble gathered under the 1879 Arch and moonlit sky to perform a beautiful tribute to the revolutionary leader.

Building Robots and Relationships

Whitney Huang ’19 embraces research and cultural opportunities in Seoul as one of 12 Streicker Fellows.

Curiouser and Curiouser!

Book in hand, Joani Etskovitz turns the page on the next chapter of her life.

From East Coast to South Seas

Keo Chan ’18 tackles fisheries science during his semester abroad in New Zealand.

Interview: Creating an Arc of International Experiences

Farewell My Concubine

2016

Letter From the President

Christopher L. Eisgruber shares Princeton’s vision for internationalization.

Experiencing China

Prominent sociologist Yu Xie introduces contemporary China to his PIIRS Global Seminar students.

Ten Years Later

Former IIP intern Ryan Dvorak reflects on the lasting impact of his internship in Spain.

From Princeton Orange to Army Green

Former PIIRS Undergraduate Fellow Kate Maffey learns more about herself by studying others.

Historical Detectives

PIIRS Research Initiative seeks environmental clues to understand the past.

Beyond Bridge Year

Bridge Year participants Damaris Miller and Katherine Clifton return to their host countries on Princeton fellowships.

Scholars Collaborate to Discuss Territorial Sovereignty

Former Fung Fellows work together on a timely topic.

Creating a Home for Princeton Scholars in Athens

Opened this fall, the Princeton University Athens Center welcomes students and faculty visiting the Greek capital.

Once Upon a Time in Cotsen

New research project brings light to unique books while delighting Russophiles and academics alike.

My Reflection on ‘‘America’s War in Vietnam’’

Sophomore Claire Chiu shares her experience on learning about a war she knew little about.

Far-Flung but Pivotal

A unique research lab tucked into a 50,000-acre reserve and ranch in Kenya.

Transforming Perspectives

Young scholars from institutions abroad find a unique opportunity to study in the United States.

A Tale of Two Semesters

Study abroad participants recall the bene ts of spending two semesters abroad.

Finding Family Away From Home

Host family welcomes students far from home into their home for the last 34 years.

Learning Across Borders

This one-day event on campus highlights the rich international experiences of our students.

Q&A With Amaney Jamal

Politics professor shares her view on the latest in the Middle East.